Charlotte is a retired Christian minister who lives and blogs from a small town in East Texas but enjoys being connected to a diverse, ecumenical, and interfaith cyberspace community.
Her Intersections: Faith Culture Politics Facebook page offers opportunities for conversation partners to discuss varieties of ways that their faith connects with everything else. Even people who claim no faith enjoy reading and interacting with Charlotte’s daily posts to this Intersections page. The conversation gets lively when nearly 20,000 very different Facebook followers engage one another about current issues of the day.
Charlotte’s other love is her Living in The Story effort. This is where she reflects on the stories of the Christian Scriptures and explores intersections with our own human stories. Her recently published book, Living in The Story: A Year to Read the Bible and Ponder God’s Story of Love and Grace is available at numerous online book sellers. To learn more about the Living in The Story project, visit livinginthestory.com
Coffee Party BlogTalk Radio hosted Charlotte as their guest in October 2014. Her topic was: “Faith, Culture and Politics.” Listen here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/coffeepartyusa/2014/10/07/faith-culture-and-politics–p1fd-10614
Charlotte holds a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Baylor University in Waco TX and a Masters of Divinity from Brite Divinity School (TCU) in Ft. Worth TX. She is ordained within the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and did most of the classwork towards a Doctorate of Ministry degree before life interrupted that process. No degree but lots of amazing learning!